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South Londonderry Township’s drafted 2023 budget is now available for review prior to its planned approval at the Dec. 13 meeting.

The budget includes $3,759,846 in expected revenues and $3,954,295 in expected expenditures, as opposed to $3,577,901 and $3,773,182 respectively in the 2022 budget, available here (PDF).

Here’s a summation of the proposed 2023 budget.


The drafted budget includes $3,759,846 in expected revenues.

  • Property taxes: $1,007,000
  • Local enabling: $2,030,000
  • Licenses: $140,600
  • Fines: $28,000
  • Interests/rents: $2,200
  • Public safety: $161,460
  • Intergovernmental revenue: $218,421
  • Charges for services: $53,100
  • Other services: $41,815
  • Refunds: $77,250


The drafted budget includes $3,954,295 in expected expenditures.

  • General government: $514,655
  • Tax collection: $4,900
  • Municipal building: $264,550
  • Police department: $1,023,240
  • Fire protection: $120,000
  • Code enforcement: $1,650
  • Planning/zoning: $64,500
  • Emergency management: $2,500
  • Public works/highway: $368,300
  • Snow/ice removal: $58,000
  • Signs and signals: $19,000
  • Repair of tools: $12,000
  • Maintenance work: $14,000
  • Roadway work: $94,000
  • Recreation: $37,400
  • Contributions: $43,000
  • Miscellaneous expenses: $28,000
  • Employee benefits: $1,124,600
  • Interfund transfers: $160,000

For a more detailed look, view scans of the proposed budget below or view it at the township building.

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Emily Bixler was born and raised in Lebanon and now reports on local government. In her free time, she enjoys playing piano and going for hikes.


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